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Former medical building on Overland gets more remodeling (access required)

First Service Group Real Estate has started remodeling the other half of the building it bought and moved into last February. The company acquired the former medical office building of 3,600 square feet at on the north side of Overland ...

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Boise officials seek convention center design proposals sought (access required)

Boise convention district officials expect to release a request for proposals to design and build an additional convention building by Oct. 1. The facility tabbed for the south side of Front Street between 11th and 13th streets is planned as ...

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Commentary: First Amendment fails to deflect taxman (access required)

The late lamented Coffee News shop, which closed exactly two years ago, offered more than 1,000 publications. Among them were dozens of newspapers from around the U.S., and even a few foreign ones. I was among the downtown Boise habitués ...

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Micron Technology posts record quarterly loss (access required)

Micron Technology Inc. posted a record quarterly loss last week of $575.5 million, or 96 cents per diluted share – exceeding analysts’ worst expectations as memory-chip prices and demand stayed down. A consensus of analysts had forecast a 33-cent-per-share loss, ...

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Specialty carpet retailer restores 19th-century building in Boise (access required)

Davies Reid, a specialty carpet and decor retailer, expects in December to move to a historic building at 515 W. Idaho St. in downtown Boise that was gutted by fire a year and a half ago. Sharon Davies, co-owner with ...

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Montana-based Transystems to complete truck maintenance buildings (access required)

Montana-based commodity hauler Transystems LLC plans to complete construction of truck maintenance buildings at Amalgamated Sugar Co. plants in Nampa and Paul by late next month. Last spring, Transystems, based in Great Falls, Mont., was awarded a five-season contract to ...

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Some New York employees still missing, WGI says (access required)

Washington Group International last week said 177 of 190 employees who worked in the World Trade Center were “safe and accounted-for,” but the fates of 13 were unknown.said.“Thirteen of our colleagues remain unaccounted for at this time,” WGI spokesperson Katrina ...

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Primary Health to add clinic off Eagle Road interchange (access required)

Primary Health Inc. plans to build a clinic north of the Eagle Road interchange with Interstate 84.Dr. David Peterman, president of PHI’s medical group, said the clinic will be constructed on the west side of Eagle Road near Commercial Court. ...

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Upscale subdivision gets new builder (access required)

Hidden Springs, an upscale, community-style subdivision in northwest Boise, has a new builder following a recent transaction.Chuck Miller Construction Inc., Boise, acquired the assets of Hidden Springs Building Co. LLC from Hidden Springs Community LLC, Miller said last week.Frank Martin ...

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Banks, insurance broker Marsh, weather Sept. 11 (access required)

Banks survived Sept. 11 with relatively little disruption.So did insurance broker Marsh Advantage America, which operates a downtown Boise office and was a major tenant in the destroyed World Trade Center in Manhattan.The attacks and their aftermath slowed transportation of ...

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